The ‘Hartford 400’ project could take 15 years and cost $17 billion. It’s gaining funding and support, but the CT DOT hasn’t signed off.
Would Hartford gain from a Boston train? Advocates are all aboard
Train service from New Haven to Boston via Hartford, Springfield and Worcester could have a “transformative effect” on the economy.
A barber’s deal in Hartford: Get a COVID shot, and the haircut is free
Popsicles and haircuts were the lure Wednesday at COVID vaccination clinic in Hartford, which badly lags the statewide vaccination rate.
Photos: Scenes around Hartford’s Union Station
On a pleasant summer day, people and vehicles are on the move around Hartford’s Union Station.
Getting back to the river: A tale of two Connecticut cities
One postwar planning mistake was situating highways so they blocked cities from their waterfronts, as happened in Hartford and Middletown.
Photo essay: As COVID-era restrictions fall, Connecticut residents look for a new normal
Fans head to Dunkin’ Donuts Park to watch the baseball game between Hartford Yard Goats and Somerset Patriots on May 20. Fans head to Dunkin’ Donuts Park to watch the baseball game between Hartford Yard Goats and Somerset Patriots on May 20. Connecticut residents took a few cautious steps into a world once known as […]
At walk-up pop-up clinics, no-appointment needed for COVID shot
The clinic materialized after lunch and would disappear by dinner. It’s part of Hartford’s vaccine outreach.
There’s a new plan for realigning Hartford’s highways. Is the third time the charm?
The plan would remove the I-84/I-91 interchange downtown and cap I-91 with a new road, expanding river access.
1,500 Hartford school staff to be vaccinated this week at pop-up clinic
Vaccinations are taking place Thursday and Friday. A second round will be scheduled in coming days.
Price tag for state police at Capitol non-protest: $125,000
The National Guard also spent $122,000 in overtime to protect the Capitol and other buildings during that week.
Sunday in Hartford: Massive show of police, not protesters
Reporters outnumbered protesters. Cops outnumbered everyone. Sunday at the Connecticut Capitol was peaceful and well-documented.
CT’s U.S. Representatives join the vote to impeach President Trump, and the state braces for protests
Donald J. Trump was impeached on a day when lawmakers in capitals like Hartford assessed threats that may await them.
Food could hold the key to fixing the state’s waste disposal problems
Getting food waste out of the trash may provide the key to fixing the dated waste systems in the state.
HUD ‘perpetuating segregation,’ Hartford families claim in lawsuit
The policies that keep poor residents in impoverished areas are the subject of a lawsuit filed by 10 local families.
As COVID cases continue to increase, Hartford joins other school districts in changing learning models
Some of the biggest school districts in the state are adjusting their in-person learning plans as COVID-19 cases have spiked.